Love sushi but can’t figure out how to roll it?
Sign up for a two-hour workshop with Anjali Pathak to craft delicate handmade sushi rolls this Saturday.
Learn to make Futomaki sushi rolls at a hands-on class
Born and raised in the UK, Pathak is a food writer and chef, who set up her studio, Flavour Diaries in Khar last November. In the hands-on class, she will teach how to create and cut Futomaki (fat-rolled sushi where the rice and filling is wrapped in dried and roasted seaweed) and Uramaki (an inside-out maki roll where the seaweed is in the centre, covered by the filling and rice).
Anjali Pathak. Pic/Pradeep Dhivar
Participants will also learn how to make the popular yakitori and kushiyaki, Japanese-style grilled and skewered meats.
The class open to all skill levels, including beginners.
On: April 30, 7 pm to 9.30 pm
At: Flavour Diaries, third floor, Rohan Plaza, 5th Road, off SV Road, Khar (W).
Cost: Rs 2,700 inclusive of taxes
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